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. >> reporter: by evening, they are ready for a home-cooked meal at the home of a browns, a family of local mormons, once converts themselves. they have gathered to welcome newcomer gloria adamson to the table. is it likely you are going to be converted? >> me and god are tight. right now, the way i am. i suppose we could get a lot tighter. you know, if i repent and do whatever, but -- that's not going to happen any time soon. >> reporter: are there a lot of sins? >> that i've done? >> reporter: yeah. >> absolutely. absolutely. >> reporter: and, she says, she's not ready to stop. are you sorry for drinking? >> no. >> reporter: you are going to be hard to be converted. >> exactly. and i smoke, too. >> reporter: you think you have a pretty good shot to bring her over? >> it's not really about that. as we taught her. we're there to build her faith in christ. >> i don't want our missionaries to think about a number. i don't want a person to think that they're a number. >> reporter: but the church does track converts and their statistics show nearly 300,000 converts were baptized in 2011. all ta
charges that the local latin dance-themed fitness studio was also home to a thriving prostitution ring. the exercise instructor at the center of the case allegedly kept a secret list that now threatens to expose over 100 clients. and if they start naming names in a town of only 10,000, oh, you can imagine the impact. here's abc's john schriffen. >> reporter: she's a zumba instructor with an alleged side business. 29-year-old alexis wright, seen here in this video for her now shuttered zumba dance studio. wright is at the center of a sex scandal that's shaken this quiet new england hamlet to its roots. complete with alleged sex tapes and a potentially revealing and devastating list of client names. this week, she was charged with over 100 counts of prostitution and invasion of privacy. >> not guilty. >> reporter: along with her alleged business partner, 57-year-old mark strong. >> not guilty, your honor. >> reporter: we went to her house today. hello? anybody home? but -- you don't want to talk about the allegations? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: did you do it? >> no comment. >> repor
be saved, it should not be sold. >> we launched our own investigation. we bought three costumes at local stores then took them to a lab in richmond for testing. 10 samples came back with lead hits most within the legal limit. but this sputtering was off the charts with 67% lead content nearly 6000 times the legal limit. >> we had to run it on three separate instruments to confirm the result. >> that is really upsetting. something for a child that comes back with such a high-level, i am definitely concerned. >> this pediatrician was shocked by what we found. >> severe lead poisoning is associated with caesars and permanent neurologic damage. so it is a big issue. >> something else to keep your eye on is these decorative lenses. efta says not only are they potentially harmful, it is illegal to sell them without -- the fda says not only are the potentially harmful, it is illegal to sell them without a prescription. >> they could cause damage to one side including blindness. -- to one's eye, including blindness. >> we stop them out prescription, but we can order them with prescriptions. >> o
for the car is $9,000, but a local car dealer offered him four. he thinks it's worth more. so, brian is trying to sell it himself, putting up signs, listing it online at auto trader. two months later, zero calls. the car's in great shape. he's asking a fair price and it's supposed to be a seller's market. so, we called autotrader.com and asked them to troubleshoot the gross' problem. they sent out brian moody, a sells expert who, with just a few simple changes, was able to help get the gross family an extra $3,000 for their car. key number one, clean it up. the coins, traces of dog fur need to go and lose the junk in the trunk. >> someone wants to picture their stuff there, not necessarily your old stuff. >> reporter: to that end, rethink your key chain. >> yeah, i would ditch that. >> reporter: life isn't about reaching your designation but enjoying the trip. that sounds like it would be good for selling a car. >> yeah, but i picture this being a girl's car. >> reporter: and finally, take a whiff. have a woman, yes, a woman, smell your car. >> i'll smell. >> reporter: it turns out we have a b
feedingamerica.org/hunger and find your local food bank. >>> one surprise tonight. while everyone expected to hear about the percentage that's been making waves the past few weeks, mitt romney's controversial 47% comments, con speck wasly absent tonight. that doesn't mean the percentage didn't get its due, because it's become this year's hot political pep of choice and abc's david wright is doing the math. >> reporter: in this year of rotten economic news, unemployment at 8%, economic growth, less than 2%, deficit up 54% in four years, 60% say we're on the wrong track. the challenger ought to have a pretty good argument. >> middle income americans have been buried. they're just being crushed. >> reporter: but this year, mitt romney wrapped up a gift for barack obama. >> 47% of people who will vote for the president no matter what. >> reporter: a clanger behind closed doors at a fund-raiser, where he seemed to write off half the electorate at moochers and cheaters. that's put romney on the defensive right when he was hoping to close the deal. >> this is a campaign about the 100%. >> reporte
's a story in the front page of a local newspaper about a klan rally, something of those lines, the klan or that particular group does get a member or two. but on the other hand, 99% people are essentially inoculated against them. it harms them more than help. >> reporter: back in mississippi, steve and his wife nicole tell us something stunning about steve's 11-year-old daughter, who is here for all of the night's proceedings. your 11-year-old daughter has a robe? >> yeah. she has her own robe. >> reporter: since she was 8 -- >> she wanted it. >> reporter: you think at 11 she can understand? >> i think she understands. >> she has a beautiful robe. >> she wants to be like her daddy. >> first time i've actually robed up, so, it a little bit big on me. >> reporter: now it's time for all members of the group to robe up. >> where you at, mom? >> i'm right here, son. >> reporter: i've read in the literature that there are some people that if barack obama is re-elected, the storm is going to come. what is the storm? >> i fear it. we are -- he's going to start it. he's going to start it. i fear
for the public right now is, please listen to what your state and local officials are saying. when they tell you to evacuate, you need to evacuate. do not delay. don't pause, don't question the instructions that are being given. >> reporter: by afternoon, sandy spawned snow storms in west virginia and flood warnings as far west as chicago. and tonight, as we see the massive impact all along the east coast, the sheer scale of this storm is staggering. almost 4 million people without power. more than 1.5 million evacuated. 14,000 flight cancelations across the country. and from space tonight, the gigantic storm seems to have earned its halloween monitor, frankenstorm. from land tonight, the moon peeked through the clouds at the eye of the storm. and as i say, we can now start seeing some of the moonlight here tonight. there is a brutal and dangerous magnificence in a storm like this. it just came roaring through here and is now just tearing up the midwest. tomorrow and in the days ahead, here and of course in new york, the reckoning. >> our thanks to you, terry. stay safe. >>> just 48 miles up the
is the editor of the local paper, "the york county co-star." they've covered the story since the summer. when you first started covering the story, did you think it would this big? >> it's become even bigger. >> reporter: she knows there will be fallout when and if the names are made public. >> i think there's going to be a lot of public ugliness. there's going to be a lot of difficult months ahead. >> reporter: there have been high profile prostitution cases in the past. heidi fleiss, to name but one. but not in such a small community where everyone knows one another. many residents are worried about the innocent victims. >> how do you see this story affecting the kids of this community? >> my own daughter is in high school and has had people really angrily say to her, it's not right that the papers are going to print this, it's not right what your mom is going to do? >> everybody is waiting with baited breath. and the kids might have a problem with it if they know somebody, if their father or whatever is involved in it. going to be interesting to see how it all plays out. >> reporter: as th
have for the public right now is please listen to what your state and local officials are saying. when they tell to you evacuate, you need to evacuate. do not delay. don't pause, don't question the instructions given. >> reporter: by afternoon, sandy spawned snowstorms in west virginia and flood warnings as far west as chicago. and tonight, as we see the massive impact all along the east coast the sheer scale of the storm is staggering, almost 3.7 million people are without power. more than 1.5 million ee vavace. 14,000 flight cancelations across the country. and from space tonight, the gigantic storm seems to have earned its halloween moniker, frankenstorm. from land tonight, the moon peeked through the clouds at the eye of the storm. that was a while ago. there is no question the storm is roaring back and while hundreds of thousands of people did evacuate a lot of people stayed, especially here in cape may. this is a seafaring town. they're tough, they've seen a lot of storms. they say they've seen tougher but this one is wreaking havoc up and down the atlantic seaboard. >> the gover
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